Stargazey’s Equine Therapy

Stargazey’s Equine Therapy is a registered PATH Intl. Member Center, EAGALA Program, Licensed U.S. Pony Club Riding Center, and Licensed Overseas Pony Club UK’s Centre which was established in 2010 with the mission to provide prosocial Equine-Assisted education and therapeutic activities for individuals of all ages and abilities.


Our tailored programs focus on providing a comprehensive curriculum to build the knowledge and skills to aid in personal development, overcome participants unique challenges, and achieve personal goals. The safety and well being of our participants and horses are our foremost concerns, and we seek to provide an inclusive, fun and accessible environment for all. You can read more about our equine programs here.


In addition to our prosocial education and therapeutic activities we endeavor to provide new opportunities for equines in need through our Rescue and Revocation program. Our R&R program ensure that all equines are provided with the care and training they require to be happy, healthy, and adoptable. We have had great success working with our R&R candidates, and many graduate their training and continue to work in Equine-assisted activities with their new adoptive homes. You can read more about our rescue program here.

Our Facilities

Stargazey’s Equine Therapy Center is located in Jackson, Ohio in the heart of Appalachia. We offer a number of programs to our local and surrounding communities through direct enrollment or through community partner referrals. Our community partnerships include; Family and Children First Council, Job and Family Services, The Juvenile Court, OhioRISE, S.O.R.T., along with other integral partnerships within our local and surrounding communities.

Our center’s facilities include; indoor classroom, 20m x 40m outdoor arena, 40m x 80m outdoor arena, and pasture land for our our wonderful school ponies to enjoy. We are currently in the process of completing our Western Trail Obstacle Course, and have exciting plans to continue expanding our facility with the aim of adding a new accessible barn, mini CDE obstacle course, and driving track.

Our facility has been developed to meet the needs of our diverse clients to participate in our prosocial equine-assisted educational and therapeutic activities. If you would like to volunteer, or support our fundraising efforts please feel free to contact us to to see how you can help make a difference.